Cops From Arizona to NY thieves turn Legos into hard cash - KCTV5
Shoppers select a time slot and their items are delivered on the same day if ordered by 8 a.m. Delivery fees range from $3 to $10. Its also testing same-day delivery of only general merchandise like toys and TVs in Northern Virginia, Philadelphia and Minneapolis if ordered by noon.
Purdy: Levi's Stadium isn't perfect, but it performed much better than 49ers - San Jose Mercury News
Were very excited bring our unique childrens book-themed store concept to Faneuil Hall and bring the characters of Make Way for Ducklings to life," says owner, Adam Hirsch. We look forward to welcoming local families and those visiting the Boston area to experience our fun, interactive, one-of-a kind destination store in Faneuil Hall. The stores title book, Make Way for Ducklings by Robert McCloskey, was first published in 1941 and has had a prominent place on childrens bookshelves ever since. The Caldecott Medal award-winner tells the story of mallards that raise their ducklings in the Boston Public Garden lagoon.
The boxes in which the toys came would be damaged and turned over to the online seller, who would return to the store and buy a new set, the station reported. The online seller later allegedly used the real receipt for the purchase to return the damaged box set. He pocketed the money and sold the stolen Lego sets online to collectors, KPHO reported.
Make Way for Ducklings Storytime Store to Open in Faneuil Hall
Details: 800-555-9717 or www.llbean.com and click on the "Recall & Safety Info" tab. Bar stools Donovan model bar stools sold at Pottery Barn Outlet stores nationwide, online at PotteryBarn.com and through the Pottery Barn catalog from March-June 2014. They were sold in five colors: red, mahogany, Tuscan chestnut, antique white and black. Each color was sold in two sizes: counter height and bar height. SKU numbers are on the box, as the item number on the shipping receipt, and online in the customer's account history.
Product recalls - Post and Courier
Jim Mercurio, the 49ers' vice president of stadium operations, said that 60,000 of the 68,500 ticketholders were inside by 1 p.m., eight minutes before kickoff. "I'm extremely pleased with where we are," Mercurio said. "The part I don't know about is, what happens on the exit." As halftime approached, Mercurio was patrolling the main concourse. He was making mental notes about the scene and any glitches that needed to be fixed. Mercurio had stayed up all night Saturday triple-checking details, as had several members of his staff. Around him, there were definitely issues to be addressed.